Curriculum & Instruction
Master of Education
The Master of Education (MEd) in Curriculum and Instruction offers students the opportunity to explore new and emerging research-based practices in teaching and learning. Those wishing to improve their teaching skills and content knowledge are encouraged to pursue this option. Designed with the flexibility to meet the individual needs and interests of the adult learner, this option allows students to pursue various specialization areas to meet their professional goals.
Students may pursue the MEd in Curriculum and Instruction with no concentration (see the program of study on this page below) or with one of the following concentrations:
- Arizona Community Colleges Partnership: Adult Learning and Development
- Arizona Community Colleges Partnership: Elementary or Secondary Education
- Arizona Community Colleges Partnership: Special Education
- Granite State College Partnership
- Shanghai American School Partnership
Note: Students may also pursue the MEd in Curriculum and Instruction through partnership agreements with Maricopa Community Colleges and Pima Community College in Arizona. To learn more about these programs, contact Linda Carrier.
Master’s Core Component – 15 credits
|ED 5000 Social Behavior in a Diverse Society||3|
|– OR –|
|ED 5005 Social Psychology and Mythology Across Cultures||3|
|ED 5010 Philosophy, Ethics, and Education||3|
|ED 5030 Research Design||3|
|ED 5060 Theories of Learning and Cognitive Development||3|
|ED 5140 Assessment Principles and Practices||3|
|– OR –|
|ED 6100 Curriculum Integration and Performance-Based Assessment||3|
Specialization Component – 15 credits
Electives to be determined with advisor.
Capstone Experience – 3 credits
|ED 6900 Graduate Capstone Project||3|